Cross Border National Coffee Chat 3

Livestreamed Hosted by ASLIA (WA)
07/06/2020 | Starts: 10:00 am | Ends: 12:00 pm | Venue: Your Home!



Want to chat with colleagues interstate?

Well….Listen up peeps, 

ASLIA has the event for you!

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ASLIA (SA) Domestic violence in the Deaf community

Livestreamed Hosted by ASLIA SA and Deaf Can Do
13/06/2020 | Starts: 1:00 pm | Ends: 3:00 pm | Venue: Zoom/Deaf Can Do

Debra Swann and her co-presenter Kate Frost will cover Debra’s research, Debra and Kate’s insights, and interpreting in Deaf domestic violence situations. Presented in AUSLAN only.

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ASLIA (WA) Business Tips for Freelancers Part 1

Livestreamed Hosted by ASLIA (WA)
13/06/2020 | Starts: 2:00 pm | Ends: 4:00 pm | Venue: Your Home!
Strictly WA members only.
Join us as the Small Business Development Corporation covers all the essentials interpreters need to know whether you work for agencies or freelance or both.
Part 1 – Small Business Development Corporation
13 June 2pm-4pm
Presentation from external agencies will be in English with Auslan Interpretation available.
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ASLIAQ June Meeting

Hosted by ASLIAQ
17/06/2020 | Starts: 6:30 pm | Ends: 8:00 pm | Venue: Zoom
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Emergency and Media Interpreting Discussion Group #9

Livestreamed Hosted by ASLIA National
17/06/2020 | Starts: 8:00 pm | Venue: ASLIA Live only

ASLIA is hosting an online discussion group for Interpreters currently working in the broadcast media domain in Australia. Media conferences are now becoming more accessible with interpreters working during press conferences related to emergency events and the current COVID-19 pandemic. This discussion group is an invitation to interpreters currently working in this environment to share experiences and strategies.

This online discussion group will be facilitated by Della Goswell.

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Interpreter Stories 3

Livestreamed Hosted by ASLIA Vic/Tas & Auslan Stage Left
19/06/2020 | Starts: 7:00 pm | Ends: 9:00 pm | Venue: Via ASLIA Live! (national audience welcome)

There is more to Auslan interpreting than sign language and certification.  Interpreters and deaf people reflect on their lives and careers – pathways, motivations and memorable experiences – the humorous and the impactful. Come together as we share histories, futures and communities at this Auslan-only event.  So far the line-up will include Jodee Mundy OAM and Gavin Rose-Mundy in conversation – we cannot wait for this dynamic duo!

Interpreters, deaf community, students – all welcome!

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